About BeehiveOHS

BEEHIVE OH&S is committed to enhancing occupational health and safety, the entire Beehive team are registered members of the professional body for occupational health and safety practitioners in South Africa—the South African Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (Saiosh).

Compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act No. 85 of 1993 and other relevant regulations is a clear requirement for local organisations.

In addition, there are also other factors to consider:

Quality Training

Increased workplace productivity with well trained staff.

Consumer Related Issues

By making sure your staff is safe, your clients will also be safe!

Business Considerations

Reduced risks of claims caused by non-compliance.

Bottom Line

A well-managed OHS plan contributes to reducing business costs and disruption.

Legal Considerations

Reduced risks of fines, litigation and criminal prosecution.

Skills Development

A well planned program contributes to skills development.

Human Resources

Experience lower staff turnover by ensuring staff safety.

Marketing & PR Issues

Non-compliance could have severe financial, legal and reputational effects.